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May 23, 2010 | 1:51 AM EDT
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chrono
trigger
robo
lucca

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Made in Flash.

This is Chrono Trigger fan art. Chrono Trigger belongs to Squaresoft and all that jazz.

I was making a cheap animation for a Chrono Trigger remix, "Silbird", by a musician on YouTube that goes by the name Hyadain2525. He's notable for writing and singing Japanese lyrics for video game remixes (mostly NES and SNES) - not just that, but he gives a singing voice to the characters from the game. "Silbird" is the original Japanese name for the time machine, the Epoch.

Anyhow, his fans tend to create cheap animations for his music. They usually have fairly detailed art that just zooms in/out with no real animation; just more of a slideshow. I was gonna make one, but I couldn't bring myself to be quite that cheap, so I at least had lip syncing to make it look like the characters were singing. The rest was mostly tweens, but at least more interesting than just a slideshow. Unfortunately, the file crashed and got corrupted so bad that it became impossible to open it. That was the first time it happened to me, so I didn't make a backup. It was about 95% complete... I didn't wanna redo it all, so I dropped the project.

This is the touching scene from Chrono Trigger where the party reunites with Robo in the forest he spent 1000 years creating and he gives Lucca a very thoughtful present - the Green Dream. Too bad about my music video, but at least I can share this much of it...

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DralowDralow

Rated 5 / 5 stars

love that scene

too bad what happened to you, that's why is so important to make backups regulary
from every bad experience, you learn something: it's not going to happen anymore.

nice work!


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DannyP responds:

Indeed, I've been able to prevent losing all my work again this way. Flash has gone lame on me a good few times, but at least I had some backups to fall back on ever since that incident.
But looking back, this picture is pretty bad...!